My recent divorce has given me the opportunity to reflect on my life. I've been working in pharmacy for over 20yrs and now realize that i dont have to do it anymore. I can now focus on blurring the line between fun and a career. The term "fun" is relative to a situation---i have worked in a kitchen before and i do enjoy experimenting with my own food--I LOVE TO COOK. So the next logical step is to jump into culinary school---right?
Well, i recently decided to join the culinary program at the Austin Community College--and let go of one of my pharmacy jobs. But then i realized i dont have to stay here. I dont have any kids or a house---or even a car. (I have a really nice motorcycle---i'm happy.) Why not drop everything and move to New York? I could enroll in ICE and find a pharmacy job over there---right? I dont have enough experience to work in a kitchen---but as soon as i cultivate some skills thats where i'll want to be.
So here is my question---Do i stay at my local community college and get my associates and go to New York with some experience? Or do i head straight to New York and jump in?
By the way, i'm 38yrs old and so eager to start the next chapter in my life---